Storing cheese in the fridge?!

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  1. annawrigley

    annawrigley Guest

    For Christmas my dad has asked for something to store cheese in the fridge in, but not a plastic tub that 'makes it sweat'

    Does anyone know if some sort of contraption exists that does this job?! I'm soooo confused I've tried Googling but its confused me even more :haha:
     
  2. Lauren25

    Lauren25 Well-Known Member

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    Didnt want to R&R but i have no clue!!
    Have you looked somewhere like Lakeland though, they usually have all sorts of different things for the house!!
     
  3. babydevil1989

    babydevil1989 Well-Known Member

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    cant you just keep it in the packaging it came in like they do in the shops? x
     
  4. annawrigley

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    He wants some sort of 'special' box for it apparently :roll::haha:
     
  5. annawrigley

    annawrigley Guest

    Should have tried there, found a 'cheese preserver' straight away :haha: Thanks! x
     
  6. OmarsMum

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    I use a glass tub to store cheese. It's airtight xx
     
  7. v2007

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    I wrap mine in foil............is that wrong :blush:

    V xxx
     
  8. annawrigley

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    Don't think so :haha: I just seal mine in the packet (cathedral city) or keep it in a plastic tub but apparently that's not good enough for my dad :haha:
     
  9. rwhite

    rwhite Mum to Lachie and Clem

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    He could always wrap it in a material bag, like the ones you can get for xmas ham? I hope that makes sense, not sure what material is it you see. But my mum uses one and it's really good for keeping it from getting the hard bits on it from being exposed in the fridge.

    Maybe try looking online for a cheese bag and see what comes up.
     
  10. tallybee

    tallybee DS '04, DD '06, DD '15

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    :haha:

    Yeah Lakeland are the place for all those kitchen thingies you never knew even existed! My gran loves Lakeland. She gave us vouchers for there a couple of Xmases ago! :laugh2:
     
  11. annawrigley

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    Yea its cool! I also bought myself a multicoloured whisk and multicoloured measuring spoons and cups :blush: Can't resist pretty utensils :lol:
     
  12. tallybee

    tallybee DS '04, DD '06, DD '15

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    :laugh2:

    I could spend serious money in that place!
     
  13. Boothh

    Boothh Jesse, Teddy and 4 angels

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    You can get ones that are similar to butter dishes but abit bigger I think, x
     
  14. Wishing_well

    Wishing_well Well-Known Member

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    We've got one from Lakeland, that's a box with air-vents on the top which you can adjust to "prevent sweating."

    Rather technical for a cheese box.
     
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    My name is Twinkle and I'm a Lakeland-aholic!
     
  16. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    I keep mine in the plastic wrapper and then wrap foil at the end lol
     
  17. Amber4

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    Lol :haha: Your Dad sounds pretty amusing. We just keep it in the wrapper and then in a sandwich bag just incase.
     
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